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Feasibility of measuring psychological resilience in hospitalized patients with acute illness: The Resilience After the Trauma of Acute Illness (RAFT) study

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Resilience is the ‘ability to bounce back’. We want to investigate whether measurement of resilience during an acute hospital admission is feasible. We conducted a feasibility study. Resilience was measured using the Brief Resilience Scale. Results were contextualized by measuring chronic disease burden, anxiety, depression, coping strategies and personality traits….

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